RINO Townhomes’ Curb Appeal

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RINO Townhomes’ Curb Appeal

This HOA curb appeal design in Denver, Colorado allowed the community to come together and collaborate. They were able to enhance their street frontage on a quickly evolving road. Lush greenery was carefully placed to continuously flow along the street and allow for an attractive, natural element to the RINO Townhomes.

This design looked to use minimalism as well as contemporary style elements in compliment to the existing architecture and the demands of a highly trafficked area. This detailed residential landscape design engineered an intensified street appeal for those living in the area or those passing by. However, the design was able to keep in mind the environmental responsibility of native planting. Using plants that are native to the area will allow the outdoor landscape to last longer throughout each season.

With unique landscape urbanism ideas, a new outdoor greenery area was designed. By doing so, these townhomes were able to enhance the curb appeal with the community in mind. Balanced elements of hardscaping and soft scaping are able to keep aesthetic appeal while also being environmentally conscious.

Through a collaborative HOA design process, the surrounding community came together and created a standout space within the neighborhood that only became more iconic as the years went on. Specific land use in this urban landscaping plan was strategically organized to enhance this property’s street appeal.

See other curb appeal projects: Huisache – Street Appeal – Tannenbaum Design Group (tbaumdesign.com)

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